How to Revive Foul-Looking Food

It’s estimated that Americans throw away more than $600 worth of food per person every year, but some foods considered beyond consumption can actually be revived. Dry carrots may not be the most appealing item in the fridge, but food and lifestyle expert Alejandra Ramos says that's because they are dehydrated and just need some water to be saved. The same tip applies when you're dealing with stale celery. Bread can also get stale very quickly, but as Ramos says, just add water.


 
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